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Student Health Center

Upper Level, Schoenfeld Campus Center

The Student Health Center offers comprehensive health care services to students. The center is staffed by a Registered Nurse and a Nurse Practitioner, licensed to diagnose illness, treat medical conditions and perform medical exams; referrals to community health resources are made as needed. To schedule appointments and get answers to all health and insurance-related questions, call the Student Health Center Office. Office hours are 8:30 - 5:00 Monday through Friday.

 914-337-9300, extension 2243



Immunization and Physical Exam Requirements

No student will be permitted to attend class, participate in sports, or perform clinical assignments until health forms are submitted and approved. 

All students born after January 1, 1957, are required by New York State law to demonstrate proof of immunity against measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR). Proof of immunity is defined as two (2) doses of MMR OR two (2) doses of measles and one (1) each of rubella and mumps. In addition, a signed meningitis disclosure form is mandatory. All students living in campus housing must show proof of having received at least one (1) dose of meningococcal meningitis vaccine.


Program-specific health forms are sent to accepted students when they make their tuition deposit. Forms may also be accessed here:

Traditional First Year/Transfer/ImpactU

Student Athletes


Radiologic Technologies

Graduate Programs

Accelerated Degree Programs



Please note that due to COVID19, no physicals will be conducted at the Student Health Center until further notice.

All students except those in Accelerated Degree Programs or Graduate Programs are required to carry health insurance that will be accepted by medical providers in the State of New York. Students without health insurance, those who carry out-of-state Medicaid, and International students are required to purchase a policy through the College for a specific premium established each year. Verification of health insurance is required annually of all students.

All students will see a charge on their bill for the annual college-offered health insurance. If you are a domestic student covered by your own policy accepted in the State of New York, you may waive the college-offered health insurance at the website below and the charge will be removed.

Students who choose to enroll in the college-offered health insurance must indicate that choice at the website below. An enrollment package will be sent to you with instructions for enrollment. The charge on your bill does not mean that you have been enrolled. Please follow the instructions in the enrollment packet.

If you fail to waive the college-offered health insurance by the deadline (August 1 for fall semester; January 15 for spring semester), the charge for the premium will remain on your bill. Students who waive the college-offered health insurance must provide proof of valid insurance in their health forms.

It is a mandatory institutional policy that International Students purchase the college-offered health insurance and their accounts will be billed accordingly.  




Health Insurance Requirements

All students except those in accelerated degree and graduate programs are required to carry health insurance accepted by providers in New York State.


The Fitness Center at Concordia College was established to support our philosophy of educating the whole person. We are here to teach you how to take control of your personal health and fitness habits to ensure a better, healthier, happier, and more productive life. The Fitness Center delivers personalized attention to meet your fitness needs in an atmosphere that is friendly and non-competitive, promoting ongoing fitness and health. Located in the Meyer Athletic Center, the Fitness Center is free for students. Paid memberships are available for community members and alumni.